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If you enjoyed Fallout 4, Skyrim and Doom, but thought they'd be better if the main character was a tiny stainless steel ball, then good news: there's a Bethesda table pack available for Pinball FX2. Watch as Mike and I test out what are surely the most complicated pinball tables in history in this Xbox One gameplay.
In the real world, the only time travel we're allowed is forward, at a rate of one hour per hour. But seeing what game characters do to make time pass more quickly, maybe it's just as well. Consider these ways to make time go faster in The Witcher 3, Metal Gear Solid 5, Deadly Premonition and the rest.
Fallout 4's new Nuka World DLC takes you to the happiest place in the irradiated, post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland: Nuka-World! The exclamation point is mandatory, we're told. This latest add-on gives you a whole theme park in which to run amok, going on rides, murdering raiders, lording it over your subjects as park Overboss. As Fallout 4's biggest DLC yet, it's exciting stuff.
The Fallout 4 Vault-Tec Workshop DLC lets you make a Fallout Vault to your own specifications, at last, so long as your specifications involve tormenting all your Vault dwellers in general and one Vault dweller in particular. Meet Clem!
Overcooked is a new co-operative cooking party game in which you cook food and serve it to guests in a variety of bizarre kitchens that include a frozen river with moving ice floes and a pair of trucks that move together and apart as they race down a mercifully straight highway. They still produce more appetising food than most of the stuff I've tried to cook in games, as we discover later in the show.
So you've downloaded Fallout 4 DLC Vault-Tec Workshop, and you want to embark on your career as a maniacal overseer, torturing Vault-dwellers under the flimsiest of scientific pretexts. Of course you do! Here's how.
Fallout 4's long-promised mods have finally arrived on Xbox One and the mod store is already starting to fill up with ways for you to mess around with your copy of Fallout 4. So what's there from the get go? Here are seven mods that caught our eye.
Fallout 4's new Far Harbor DLC sends you to the island of Far Harbor off the coast of Maine looking for a missing person. What you find when you get there is a mysterious synth refuge, radioactive fog and some extremely aggressive fish. Watch Mike and I get to grips with the DLC's first hour in this Xbox One gameplay.
So you've downloaded Fallout 4 story DLC Far Harbor, and you want to voyage to the largest land mass Bethesda has ever created for a game add-on to see what the fuss is about. Here's how.
Though many of the big videogame mysteries we've pondered (who is the Arkham Knight?) have been solved, countless smaller questions will forever go unanswered (why does Dr Robotnik put bunnies in robots?). Consider these mysteries that keep us awake at night.
In 1995, publisher Namco gave the world Time Crisis, Tekken 2 and a patent for a system that ran minigames in the loading screens of other games, which kept anyone else from doing that for over two decades. Consider the ways these games tried to keep you entertained during load times with things that weren't Galaxian.
Fallout 4 DLC Wasteland Workshop lets you trap animals, raiders and deathclaws in cages then make them fight for your amusement. Watch us capture bears for the Sanctuary Funderdome in this Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop gameplay footage.
Fallout 4's new Automatron DLC sees the Commonwealth invaded by a wave of hostile robots under the control of the dastardly Mechanist, last seen battling the Antagonizer back in the Capital Wasteland of Fallout 3. That's good news though, because they're full of spare parts that you can use to build your own murderous battlebot at the DLC's new robot workstations.
Far from being just a retrofuturistic survivalist fantasy, Fallout 4 is full of essential tips for success in the actual real world. Consider the life lessons we've learned from Fallout 4, and watch out for spoilers.
So you think you know Fallout 4, Mike and Andy? Pop quiz, hotshots! Which companion least approves of your nudity? Which is big into cannibalism? Who voices cabaret singer Magnolia? Find the answers and desperate guesswork in this Fallout 4 quiz.
We recently took you on a tour of some of the strangest places we'd encountered in Fallout 4's Commonwealth. But all of that wasn't weird enough for some people, who have their own favourite mystery spots they urged us to inspect. Consider these six bizarre Fallout 4 locations as discovered by you, the intrepid Outside Xbox audience.
Fallout 4 appears to be less out-and-out weird than its predecessors, but though there's no Wild Wasteland perk a la New Vegas or kooky insect-themed supervillains a la Fallout 3, there is still unmarked weirdness for you to stumble upon in the Commonwealth. Join us now on a journey into the freakiest corners of the Commonwealth that you might have missed.
It might not reach the wacky heights of Fallouts 3 and New Vegas, but Fallout 4 still has its share of weirdness for you to discover. Here are the six weirdest quests we encountered in our Commonwealth adventures. There are no main story missions in the following video, but consider this your warning if you're avoiding side quest spoilers.
It's Day 10 of the Oxbox Xmas Challenge and my final task is to successfully launch a piece of junk, from a selection chosen by Jane and Mike, through a basketball hoop in Fallout 4. To complete this task I'll be using the Junk Jet, a pneumatic trash cannon that I found in an abandoned factory, just like a real basketball player.
In the spirit of the season, we attempt to brighten up the holidays for the residents of Fallout 4's Sanctuary by bringing some much-needed festive cheer to the tumbledown shanty town. Some would say that a light-up Christmas tree that requires three large generators to power is excessive in a town that doesn't even have a clean water supply, but those people are grinches, whom you must ignore.
To paraphrase Liam Neeson, I have a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a long career of acting like a complete idiot in videogames. Skills that make me perfect for an Xmas challenge that involves stripping to my underoos and punching an authority figure in the back of the head. But will I make good my escape from Diamond City? I feel like my entire time on Outside Xbox has been building up to this moment.
Vault-Tec's program of underground fallout shelters or "Vaults" was less for preserving human society and more to let Vault-Tec scientists mess with people. The Vaults of Fallout 4 are no exception. Contemplate the six dickest moves by Vault-Tec in Fallout 4.
If you find a game hidden within another game, and you're as easily distracted as us, chances are you'll wind up playing that instead of getting on with saving humanity or your family or whatever the mission was supposed to be before you got sidetracked. Here are seven games tucked away inside other games that nearly spelled doom for any poor suckers relying on our videogame protagonists.
Fallout mods were confirmed as arriving for Xbox One at some non-specific point in the future by Todd Howard at Microsoft's E3 showcase. But while the game has been out only a couple of weeks and there's no official support for them on PC yet, fans are already getting creative. Here's the stuff we've discovered already that we want to see make it to Xbox One.
I didn't set out to be evil in Fallout 4 but the wasteland is a hard place for hard, ruthless people and also I was curious what would happen. At this early stage, I've not had the chance yet to nuke an entire town a la Fallout 3, but I've still clocked up some bad karma in my own minor evil ways. Consider these misdemeanours on my Fallout 4 rap sheet.
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